Understand what antisemitism is, it’s impact and how to challenge it.
Antisemitism across the UK has significantly risen in recent years, highlighting the necessity of understanding the issue of antisemitism and the experiences of the Jewish communities across the country. Following the start of the Israel-Hamas war in 2023, there has been a record number of antisemitic incidents against Jewish people in the UK.
Understanding antisemitism is essential for challenging this behaviour. Antisemitism is the bigotry, hatred, prejudice or discrimination against Jewish people and their communities. It can also impact those who are associated with Jewish communities. Antisemitism can have a significantly negative impact on psychological and physical health.
This training course is designed to bring attention to the problem of antisemitism across our country and our society. Recognising the troubling experiences of the Jewish communities in the UK is very important in order to challenge and enact positive change.
By the end of this training course, learners will be able to:
- Define antisemitism
- Identify the current issue of antisemitism increasing
- Describe the impact of antisemitism
- Explain the history of Jews in the UK
- Identify and understand antisemitic behaviour, stereotypes and tropes
- Explain the role of bias, its consequences and how to recognise and overcome it
- Describe the historic stereotypes and tropes associated with antisemitism
- Describe key antisemitic tropes arising within discussions about the conflict between Israel and Palestine
- Express opinions about Israel and Zionism without antisemitism
- Explain how to challenge antisemitism when it arises in conversations
- Describe what to do when you witness antisemitism or an antisemitic incident
This Antisemitism training course takes 30 minutes to complete. Learners have the option to bookmark their progress and return to the course to complete it.
Learning by design
This highly engaging and accessible course is designed with thought-provoking questions and interactive activities to stimulate learners and solidify their understanding of the core concepts.
Easy to implement and customise
This course comes with Marshall LMS (Learning Management System) which allows you to manage your eLearning training and track completed training courses.
Our in-house developers can quickly and effectively adapt this course to your sector and organisation. You can customise by adding your own graphics, photos and videos as well as amend content to include your policies, procedures and key areas.
If you would like to learn more about our Antisemitism training course, or our other diversity and inclusion training courses, contact us for more information.
This course is split into 3 parts:
What You Say
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